Mortimer, James Edward
MORTIMER, James Edward
MORTIMER, James Edward. British, b. 1921. Genres: Industrial relations. Career: National Official, Draughtsmen's and Allied Technicians' Association, 1948-68; Director, London Co-operative Society, 1967-70; Member, National Board for Prices and Incomes, 1968-71, London Transport Executive, 1971-74, Wilberforce Enquiry into Electricity Supply Dispute, 1971, Armed Forces Pay Review Body, 1971-74, and EDC Chemicals, 1972-74; EDC, chairman, engineering construction, 1974-81; Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service, chairman, 1974-81; General Secretary, Labour Party, 1982-85. Publications: A History of the Association of Engineering and Shipbuilding Draughtsmen, 1959; (with C. Jenkins) British Trade Unions Today; (with C. Jenkins) The Kind of Laws the Unions Ought to Want; Industrial Relations; Trade Unions and Technological Change; History of the Boilermakers' Society, vol. I, 1834-1906, vol. II, 1906-39, Vol III, 1940- 1989; (with V. Ellis) A Professional Union: The Evolution of the Institution of Professional Civil Servants, 1980; A Life on the Left, 1999. Address: 19 Northweald Ln, Kingston-upon-Thames KT 2 5GL, England.